Translating Qt .ts files

Get Localization has full support for Qt localization files including extra comment for context information and plural form.

Following is an example of a Qt localization file:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<TS version="2.0">
        <source>New tweets</source>
        <extracomment>This is just an extra comment</extracomment>
        <translation type="unfinished">This is the master string</translation>
        <source>Another tweet</source>        
        <translation type="obsolete">This string is obsolete</translation>

        <name>Another context</name>
        <message numerus="yes">
        <location filename="../findsubtitles/findsubtitleswindow.cpp" line="522"/>
        <source>%1 subtitle(s) extracted</source>
            <numerusform>%1 subtitle extracted</numerusform>
            <numerusform>%1 subtitles extracted</numerusform>

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